In this paper, we propose a novel method for solving single-image super-resolution problems. Given a low-resolution image as input, we recover its high-resolution counterpart using a set of training examples. While this formulation resembles other learning-based methods for super-resolution, our method has been inspired by recent manifold teaming methods, particularly locally linear embedding (LLE). Specifically, small image patches in the lowand high-resolution images form manifolds with similar local geometry in two distinct feature spaces. As in LLE, local geometry is characterized by how a feature vector corresponding to a patch can be reconstructed by its neighbors in the feature space. Besides using the training image pairs to estimate the high-resolution embedding, we also enforce local compatibility and smoothness constraints between patches in the target high-resolution image through overlapping. Experiments show that our method is very flexible and gives good empirical results.